Police Blotter | Malicious Mischief; Fugitive Arrest Warrant; Residential Burglary

March 6, 2023

A caller reported the back window of their vehicle was broken while they were on a hike near Snoqualmie Point Park.  Vehicle repairs were estimated at $1000. 

March 7, 2023

An officer stopped a vehicle with no rear lights near downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had a statewide extradition warrant, but the issuing agency declined to extradite the person. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license 3rd degree and given a warning for not having insurance, registration in the vehicle, and expired tabs. 

March 9, 2023

A driver was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign in downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had an Idaho fugitive warrant for $52,000. The subject was transported to the King County Jail without incident for pickup by Idaho authorities. 

March 11, 2023

An officer responded to the scene of a one-vehicle accident near the intersection of Meadowbrook Way and Railroad Ave. The driver crashed the vehicle off the roadway and was arrested for DUI. 

March 11, 2023

An officer spotted a stolen vehicle at a North Bend gas station with three subjects inside. Due to conflicting stories, including a claim the vehicle was borrowed, no arrests were made. The vehicle owner was notified of the recovery. 

March 12, 2023

A North Bend homeowner arrived home to discover their house had been broken into over the weekend. Several identity documents, purses, a backpack, and money were stolen. 

March 12, 2023

A caller reported seeing a vehicle strike a sign near SE Tanner Rd and 436th Ave SE in North Bend.  The caller stated witnesses at the scene took the driver’s keys. An officer responded to the scene. The driver was booked into Issaquah Jail for DUI. 

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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